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  • WP 2016-01R | Presentation Filipino 2040 | Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness **
    by MV Ravago, RV Fabella, RP Alonzo, RA Danao, & DS Mapa
  • WP 2016-02 Filipino 2040 | Environmental Resources, Shocks, and National Well-Being
    by JA Roumasset, MV Ravago, KL Jandoc, & CA Arellano
  • WP 2016-03R The Market Testing of Power Supply Agreements: Rationale and Design Evolution in the Philippines
    by RV Fabella
  • WP 2016-04 Lighting Up the Last Mile: The Benefits and Costs of Extending Electricity to the Rural Poor
    by U Chakravorty, K Emerick, & MV Ravago
  • WP 2016-05R | Presentation An Error Correction Model for Forecasting Philippine Aggregate Electricity Consumption **
    by RA Danao & GM Ducanes
  • WP 2016-06 | Presentation The Value Added Tax and Red Tape: What Contributes More to Electricity Tariffs in the Philippines
    by RL Clarete
  • WP 2016-07 An Economic and Environmental Analysis of the Impact of Higher-Blended Biodiesel on the Philippine Economy
    by RP Alonzo
  • WP 2017-01R | Presentation The Role of Power Prices in Structural Transformation: Evidence from the Philippines
    by MV Ravago, AZ Brucal, JC Punongbayan, & JA Roumasset




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